A filmmaker born in Colorado and currently working in Los Angeles.
Name: Lucas Diercouff
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Company: New York Film Academy
Occupation: Director, Filmmaker and Screenwriter
Unique traits: VFT(Veterans of Film & Television) member, Deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan, working on fluency of Spanish and Scots Gaelic.
The Old & The Feeble
Film (short) by Aman Anand (Comedy) Writer, Producer Two elderly men try to save their grandsons from prison by turning themselves in for a robbery that they did not commit.
Film (short) by Adrienne Camille (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew
From Hollywood with Love
Film (short) by Malinda Ayers (Horror) Cinematographer
Film (short) by Victoria Yang (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department
A Happy Medium
Film (short) by Yassin Koptan (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Morrison Samuels is a struggling comic book artist that has been tormented all of his life. He grew up with his mother, later abandoned by his father and now about to lose custody of his daughter. Morrison is a man that see's life differently from others and for that, he is constantly being tormented and thrown around by the people he loves most. As he begins to lose perspective because of his problems, he finds a clue that would later on lead him to his father, daughter and a clear perspective, a happy medium. Written by Yassin Koptan
Film (short) by Paul J. Porter (Comedy) Writer
Film (short) by Diego Mejia (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department
Film (short) by Travis Wade (Crime) Writer, Producer
Film (short) by Lucas Diercouff (Crime) Writer, Director
Film (short) by Aman Anand (Crime) Writer
Television by Sandy Yu (Comedy) Art department Nilly, a former lab researcher, decides to pursue her dreams of becoming a guidance counselor and finds herself in an internship working with fun and interesting characters.
Film by York Alec Shackleton (Drama, Romance and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew
Film (short) by Fi Dieter (Comedy and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Fed up of being stepped on and treated like less at school, Cinder Ellen James takes a chance to become a part of the social world to which the gorgeous, unreachable Max belongs, surrendering to a night of fun, passion and wild twists that will either destroy her or raise her to the highest level of teenage greatness. Will becoming a "princess" be worth it? Or will Cinder discover she is better off as a "pumpkin" ? Written by Fi Dieter
Film (short) by Maan B. (Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Nine Thousand One Hundred and Twenty Five Nights tells the story of a tormented, primitive human being who has lived, you guessed it, nine thousand one hundred and twenty five nights locked away by his violent and oppresive father. Deprived of human contact, Mickey grows up an animal until the day he accidentally finds a shiny object that could be his "key" to freedom. Written by Fi Dieter
Film (short) by Omar Said (Crime, Drama and Mystery) Camera and Electrical Department Sharp, a investigator, tries to find out the truth of a man that got killed one morning over a parking spot.
Film (short) by Christie Bren (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department PINKY SWEAR is the story about two best friends Katherine and Dylan. They have been best friends for all their lives and they always planned on going to school together. When it comes time to apply to college, they go to their interviews where Katherine snaps under her competitive nature. She is convinced that she failed and drunkenly decides to take control of her future and change her evaluation. She enlists, first reluctant, Dylan to help her, so that they can go to school together. They break into the interviewer's office, and encounter a few close calls, then they finds out that all this adventure was for nothing, because Katherine did fine on her evaluation. They escape with the help of a friend Gretchen who they met while waiting for their interviews. Written by Anonymous
A Very Short Dinner
Film (short) by Adrian Cicerone (Comedy and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department A ruined meal, a frantic couple, and the impending arrival of an awful boss; What more could go wrong on a Halloween night?
Film (short) by Nigina Niyazmatova (Drama and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department Gary, a 16-year-old teenager, lives his everyday routine in a residential suburb of a big city. He is desperately in love with his best friend Becky, but she keeps neglecting his feelings. One day, when he has just lost all hope of dating the girl of his dreams, he hears a Voice from above, which teaches him the right way to get to her heart.
Film (short) by Louisa Grams (Drama, Family and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department A young girl that grows up with her best friend has to realize and accept the fact that he won't be there when he is needed most.
Film (short) by Sebastiano Caccetta (Horror) Camera and Electrical Department Three college students want to make a great music video. They find a perfect location for their purpose, an abandon prison. What they don't know is that 'something' is living inside of it.
Film (short) by Paul J. Porter (Sci-Fi) Camera and Electrical Department
One Last Breath
Film (short) by Mar Novo (Drama, Romance and War) Camera and Electrical Department While fighting for his life in the middle of the ocean, Sebastian faces the 5 stages of drowning going through a series of flashbacks remembering key moments of his love life with his beautiful wife Josephine.
Film (short) by Pedro Paulo Araujo (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department
Film (short) by Lucas Diercouff (Drama, Family and Romance) Writer, Producer, Director A recently widowed father decides it's time to finally tell his sensitive daughter that he's dating again. Unsure of how she'll take the news, he reluctantly turns to his eldest daughter and their friendly waitress for help.
C: 299,792 Kilometers Per Second
Film (short) by Derek Van Gorder (Action, Adventure and Sci-Fi) Producer C is a retro action/educational disco propaganda film. An homage to both classic space opera and real life science, this indie sci-fi short film was shot the old fashioned way, with in-camera effects and miniature photography instead of CGI or greenscreen. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Hayk Atomts (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department
New York Film Academy